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the amount of money collected as admission, especially to a sporting event

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total admission receipts for an entertainment

the office where tickets of admission are sold

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In 2018, the Spring Festival box-office revenues surged nearly 70 percent from a year earlier, the newspaper said.
Summing up to a gathering of Rs 2.9 billion at the worldwide box-office at the present time, Saba's Bollywood make is a big appearance and is expected to generate more business.
Plus, Senator Blanche Lincoln, a Democrat from Arkansas, introduced a bill that would outlaw the trading of future contracts based on box-office receipts.
With multiplatinum albums, billion-dollar box-office receipts, and production credits on several blockbusters, Smith is a triple threat in Hollywood.
THIS SPRING, WHILE Lara Croft: Tomb Raider was breaking box-office records and feminists were arguing over the merits of the female action hero, no one noticed the dogs playing in theaters elsewhere.
This study focuses on the development and empirical testing of a variable mathematical model approach for predicting a film's box-office performance as a function of film website activity, as well as other relevant explanatory variables.
When Ford strikes a more romantic note, his box-office appeal is less certain.
When The Washington Post took a commonly accepted list of box-office receipts and adjusted them for inflation, Titanic didn't even rank among the top five.
The film has surely impressed the audience and the box-office numbers are proof of it!
The director says he did not want the box-office clash to happen as, "both are huge films and box office numbers will suffer but now nothing of that sort is happening."
CINEWORLD has revealed a pick-up in box-office revenues after a strong line-up of 3D film blockbusters helped to draw in cash-strapped consumers.
An analysis of box-office receipts for 250 films released in the United States last year shows that audiences clearly prefer films that defend moral values.
In a country where a million at the box office for an indigenous film is a rarity, four films, all by Quebec filmmakers, did more than $5 million in business (according to Playback's annual box-office survey): Charles Biname's Seraphin: Heart of Stone, Jean-Francois Pouliot's Seducing Doctor Lewis, Denys Arcand's The Barbarian Invasions and Emile Gaudreault's Mambo Italiano.
So he may be at a loss to explain why in the '90s Hollywood won't make films for the whole family but will produce more children's films, even though the typical box-office take for these films may not be that impressive.
It also mentioned that it is the 8th foreign title ever to reach 100 crore at the Indian box-office.